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I know this is a strange question, but are there any In-N-Out Burgers near LAX or the Cruise ship dock? I have heard how good the burgers are and this will be my first time in California, and my first opportunity to try it. We will be staying at the Marriott LAX, without a car. We'll have to take a taxi to one unless it's in walking distance. Anyone who lives out there, I'd appreciate your help :D.

Carol

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There is an In N Out at 9149 S. Sepulveda Blvd. which, according to the In N Out web site is slightly less than a mile from the LAX Marriott. I love In N Out, so hope you get a chance to check it out.

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I know this is a strange question, but are there any In-N-Out Burgers near LAX or the Cruise ship dock? I have heard how good the burgers are and this will be my first time in California, and my first opportunity to try it. We will be staying at the Marriott LAX, without a car. We'll have to take a taxi to one unless it's in walking distance. Anyone who lives out there, I'd appreciate your help :D.

Carol

 

Oh, no, someone asked about In-N-Out again, now I'm gonna cry.....:( (we don't have them here, and I miss them so much. Gonna have to go to Vegas in December just to have a double double, fries and a chocolate shake.....yum).

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Gosh, I don't recall ever passing by an In-and-Out burger and not seeing tons of cars in the driveup line. I gave up burgers for the most part so haven't had one of theirs in a long time. But I did buy some for my father when he was in his last months and staying in a VA hospital to give him a treat. He loved them.

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The In n' Out by LAX is adjacent to the approach (east) end of the north runways. You can watch the landing airliners while enjoying your burgers.

 

There are other locations between LAX and the port, but the LAX one is the most convenient.

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Oh here we go on In-n-Out Burgers again. No question the best fast food burger and fries in the land. I can hardly wait to get down south next month and set my teeth into an In-n-Out burger. Here is their link with locations.

http://www.in-n-out.com/

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The In n' Out by LAX is adjacent to the approach (east) end of the north runways. You can watch the landing airliners while enjoying your burgers.

 

How close to the approach? Just do a YouTube search for LAX In-N-Out. The planes are seriously close. We stopped there on our way home from our Mexico cruise. If you like low flying, stop your conversation, close up and personal planes, it is worth it.

 

DZ

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I shouldn't have opened this thread. I'm hungry now.

 

im with you :cool: ..luckly we ve got a In-N-Out 3 blocks away..

 

AWAY I GO !!:D

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Thanks for all your replies :) I can hardly wait until Oct 14 to visit the In-N-Out LAX before our cruise the next day. Since we'll be back at the Marriott LAX post cruise, looks like we'll be making a second visit for more burgers. Is there something on the menu we should be sure to try?

Thanks again :D

Carol

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Is there something on the menu we should be sure to try?

Carol,

The "menu" is incredibly simple...they do only one thing...and do it well:

Burger

Cheeseburger

Double Burger

Double Cheeseburger (the "Double Double")

Fries

Drinks

 

Unlike other fast food places, they've been around for 50 years and NEVER varied the menu...

 

When I was a kid back in Claremont in the Early 60s, one of the first In'n'Outs was on Towne Avenue in Pomona--not far from my house...About once a week, my Mom used to stop at In'n'Out and buy me a burger and fries and bring it to my Elementary School right as we were getting out for lunch (Was I spoiled?)...I was the envy of every kid in my class...

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There are a few things that are "off the menu" but you can order. Even on their own website, they reference the "not so secret secret menu". things like Animal style, protein burger, grilled cheese, Neapolitan shake. etc. If you do a websearch on In N Out secret menu, you'll find some more.

My usual order is a grilled cheese, wellies Animal style, and a chocolate shake. I'm not a red meat eater, but that doesn't stop me from getting my In N Out fix!

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I, for one, can not order as a number 1, 2 or 3.

 

my ordering goes thusly:

Me: I'd like a Cheese Burger, no onion with pickle, French Fries, 7up, please

Counter: So you'd like a number 2, minus onion add pickle.

Me: well, yeah, but I can't bring myself to order like that

Counter: laughs

 

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I used to do grilled onions ... but they don't really agree with me. Every now n then I'll go animal. :D

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We were in the Porter Ranch shopping center this afternoon, but didn't go to the In-and-out burger there as it was hubby's birthday and he wanted to try out the Mediterranean restaurant there. I think my tummy would had preferred the less spicy burger.:o

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Have we overlooked the hand chipped fries, the freshly sliced tomatoes, the hand leafed letuce, and the fresh buns daily?

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Guess I'll have to stop at In & Out on my way to the grocery store.:p

Enjoy

Ron

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Yep, In and Out Burger super close to LAX. Living here in the area, i could go anytime, but I don't. Only cause at most of them they're always packed. But they are very good, and tasty!

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Lately I have enjoyed the cheeseburger, grilled onions, no tomatoes, protein style (no bun, just wrapped in lettuce) with a Lemon-Up (half seven-up/half lemonaide).

 

Great meal!!!

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We're in San Diego for the day on Sept 30th.

I have heard so much about the burger heaven that exists within the walls of In 'N Out and this will be my first time at being even in the same city as one.

I have found the location ...but...I have no idea where in the city it is. We are going to the Zoo on a Tour Trolley and are wondering if it runs anywhere close to the In 'N Out ???

In return for the answer....the very best burger in Vancouver...arguably Canada...is Moderne Burger on West Broadway. If you are in our fair city...and are a burger officianado...this is a "must stop"!!!

Thanks for the help.

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We're in San Diego for the day on Sept 30th.

 

I have heard so much about the burger heaven that exists within the walls of In 'N Out and this will be my first time at being even in the same city as one.

 

I have found the location ...but...I have no idea where in the city it is. We are going to the Zoo on a Tour Trolley and are wondering if it runs anywhere close to the In 'N Out ???

 

In return for the answer....the very best burger in Vancouver...arguably Canada...is Moderne Burger on West Broadway. If you are in our fair city...and are a burger officianado...this is a "must stop"!!!

 

Thanks for the help.

 

TCF, I wouldn't go so far as to describe In-n-Out as a "gourmet" but it is at the top of the heap when it comes for fast food hamburgers. They are good enough that when we are at our AZ home we will drive by 3 McDonalds, 2 Carls, 2 Sonics, 2 BK's and 1 Wendy's and 45 mins latter we are at In-n-Out. :D

Some one else will have to help you with San Diego though.

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How close to the approach? Just do a YouTube search for LAX In-N-Out. The planes are seriously close. We stopped there on our way home from our Mexico cruise. If you like low flying, stop your conversation, close up and personal planes, it is worth it.

 

This In-N-Out is famous in the aircraft spotting community. It is especially worth a stop if you like both burgers and aircraft.

 

... Is there something on the menu we should be sure to try?

Thanks again :D

Carol

 

Don't forget that In-N-Out has a "secret menu". Look on line a description of these items. Here is one link: http://daviswiki.org/In-N-Out_Secret_Menu

 

...

 

I have found the location ...but...I have no idea where in the city it is. We are going to the Zoo on a Tour Trolley and are wondering if it runs anywhere close to the In 'N Out ???...

 

I don't think you get close to any In-N-Out on the Trolley. However, if you ride over to Coronado on the tour you'll get very close to Danny's Palm Grill on Orange Avenue. Danny's, which is home of the "slam burger", is just up from hotel del on east side of the street.

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TCF, I wouldn't go so far as to describe In-n-Out as a "gourmet" but it is at the top of the heap when it comes for fast food hamburgers. They are good enough that when we are at our AZ home we will drive by 3 McDonalds, 2 Carls, 2 Sonics, 2 BK's and 1 Wendy's and 45 mins latter we are at In-n-Out. :D

 

Are you hitting up the In-n-Out at The Pinnacle on Frank Lloyd Wright? That's my stop when I fly in to go to my AZ home. Otherwise, I'm In-n-Out-less here in Utah.

I haven't had a burger in Vancouver, but I was kind of looking forward to a Japadog.

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I like my fries animal style:

Fries w/melted cheese and grilled onions over the top. YUMM!

 

I'd love to have them that way, it is just that I would never be able to make it to my cardiologist's office.;)

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My husband and I will be going out of San Pedro 10/05/08 to the Mex. Riviera. We live 45 Min. from there. We stop on the way to the ship, & that's our first stop on the way home. That's what we do, every cruise we take. As the old saying goes. "In -N-Out, In-N-Out, That's What A Hamburger Is All About ! I Hope you get the chance to enjoy at least one.;)

Mari in Ca.

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I'm so hungry! Now I can't stand NOT trying In-N-Out :eek: ! We'll be at the Doubletree in San Pedro without a car. Is there an In-N-Out within the 5 mile limit for the Doubletree shuttle?

 

Hopefully :o ,

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I'm so hungry! Now I can't stand NOT trying In-N-Out :eek: ! We'll be at the Doubletree in San Pedro without a car. Is there an In-N-Out within the 5 mile limit for the Doubletree shuttle?

 

Hopefully :o ,

 

There is one on North Gaffey St. in San Pedro and a couple in Long Beach but it will take a local to tell you if they are within the 5 mile radius.

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Don't forget that In-N-Out has a "secret menu". Look on line a description of these items. Here is one link: http://daviswiki.org/In-N-Out_Secret_Menu

And here is truly the best "secret menu" link out there...

http://www.badmouth.net/in-n-outs-secret-menu/

And here for a printable PDF...

http://www.badmouth.net/graphics/inout/Secret_Menu.pdf

 

I always get the grilled cheese, with fries well done, animal style mix on the side...

;)

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There is one on North Gaffey St. in San Pedro and a couple in Long Beach but it will take a local to tell you if they are within the 5 mile radius.

 

The long beach ones are further than 5 miles away. I am not as familiar with the locations in SP.

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The In-n-Out closest to the SD cruise docks is:

3102 Sports Arena Blvd

San Diego, CA

 

For those familiar with SD, it's just north of the airport (between the airport and Sea World). About 3-4 miles from the docks.

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Man I hate to be the one who disagrees, but we had heard so much about In and Out Burger before our trip to LA in April of this year. So we found one and tried it out. I found nothing at all special about their burgers. Actually, if I found very little difference between them and Sonic. You guys need to come on down to Tennessee and I will show you what a hamburger is all about.

IN AND OUT BURGER = OVERRATED

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Mmmmmmm......It's the sauce with grilled onions on top of fries. Gotta eat it with a fork and lots of napkins!

 

I forgot to mention the sauce! Yikes! It's the combo of the melted cheese, grilled onions, and the thousand island like sauce dripping all over those yummy hand cut, fresh fried, potato beauties! YUMMMM! Cardiologists turn away! These are not for the faint of heart (pun intended!). You GOTTA GET THESE!

 

Happy eating!

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I found this address in San Pedro:

 

1090 N. Western Ave.

San Pedro, California 90732

 

Is it anywhere near the Doubletree? I LOVE a good burger :) !

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Man I hate to be the one who disagrees, but we had heard so much about In and Out Burger before our trip to LA in April of this year. So we found one and tried it out. I found nothing at all special about their burgers. Actually, if I found very little difference between them and Sonic. You guys need to come on down to Tennessee and I will show you what a hamburger is all about.

IN AND OUT BURGER = OVERRATED

 

 

Oddly, I lived in Knoxville for two years and found Sonic kind of ho-hum ..... although they do have killer shakes. :D

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